Joint Industry Statement on EMF Transposition

Published: 15 March 2013

Policies & Issues: Internal Market - Product Safety Legislation

In connection with the trialogue process underway, we wish to present our (joint) view relating to the transposition date of the new electromagnetic fields (EMF) Directive. 

In order for businesses and notably SMEs, to adequately protect the health and safety of workers against electromagnetic fields, it will be necessary for them to have the practical guide (see Article 13) available to them, when they are preparing to implement the Directive......

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